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Fashion/ Size Guides
The Top Fashion Trends for Spring/Summer 2015

To a lot of women fashion can be scary, this is because they are too scared to try new looks such as colour blocking or the 70's look. However, they are the trends for Spring/Summer 2015 and if women want to look high fashion they should follow these simple steps.

1. Make sure you know your body shape: There is nothing worse than someone not knowing their shape therefore buy clothes that sag and hide their shape. It is important to work out your body shape so that you can buy clothes that accentuate your curves or create the effect of curves. Slimmer shapes should look to create curves with peplum details. Pear shapes should keep focus up top with neckline details and keep the bottom half dark choosing indigo jeans and black pants. Bell bottoms also add curves to pear shape figures. Rounder figures should decide on a section they like best and focus on confidently dressing showing this off.

2. Go Bright: Wear bright colours. If you are afraid of trying out bold colours try wearing a coloured vest to match a pair of brightly coloured shoes. Then continue to wear at least one bright piece of clothing when you can. If you have big hips avoid wearing bright coloured skirts or trousers, this will only draw attention to them. This summer season bright colours in fun accessories are a big trend.

3. Try Suede. Suede fringing is big the season. Whether it is in a cool tan fringed jacket over a pretty summer dress or, going more daring, try some blue suede shoes and make a statement. Whatever the colour, you sure to make an impact with soft suede this spring summer.

4. Fur. Although were going into spring summer season, the great british weather never fails to give us a chilly day. Furs are great investment pieces that can be handed down the family. Over chic evening dresses or effortlessly with jeans, fur is dependable and warm.

For someone who is unsure of their size it helps being measured and even possibly having some garments made for you. This then ensures that your clothes fit exactly how you want them and will also flatter your figure.



Mens Size Guide:




Black Line: Collar
The measurement which is taken around the base of the neck. If taken too
tight he measurement may make the clothing uncomfortable.
    
Red Line: Chest
Taken around the widest part of the chest to ensure clothing isnt too tight around the fullest parts.

Blue Line: Waist
Measurements taken around the natural waistline where you usually wear your belt or trousers.

Purple Line: Inner Leg
Taken from where your crotch is to where your trousers normally end.

Casual Mens Sizes:



Formal Mens Sizes:



Please Note: This is a basic guide and is not guaranteed 100% accurate for every individual.

Womens Size Guide:



Black Line: Bust
The measurement is taken around the fullest part of your bust.

Red Line: Waist
The measurement should be taken around the slimmest part of the body to ensure the fit is perfect. The place measured could also be where you wear a belt.

Purple Line: Hips
Stand with your feet firmly together and put the tape around the widest part of your hips. This is susally across your bottom and 8 inches below the waistline.

Yellow Line: Inside Leg
Measure from your crotch to the bottom of your leg.

Womens Size Chart



Please Note: This is a basic size guide and is not 100% guaranteed accurate for every indivdual.



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